Muslims in Kwara state have reopened mosques for Juma’at and other daily prayers after closing for about three months to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the state.
Journalists who monitored the situation in Ilorin reports that’s mosques in metropolis were opened,it was observed that hand washing point , water and soaps were provided, while the worshipers put on face mask and observe social distancing as directed.
In his Juma’at sermon ,Imam Abdulrafiu Abdulkareem -Oloduowo admonished Muslims to ensure they observe all safety protocols to protect themselves and others.
He advised them to contribute their own quota to prevent the spread of the pandemic in accordance with Islamic teachings.
Imam Abdulkareem-Oloduowo also urged Muslims to intensify prayers for God to bring an end to the pandemic in the country and the world over.